Strategy Development
and Execution

Strategy Development
and Execution

We facilitate thought-provoking, reality-focused, assumptions-busting and engaging conversations that enable high quality, collective decisions and insights. Our facilitation and strategy execution support has one clear objective – to help your business win in the market.

Our strategy partners are:

Ivor Clucas

The Executive Sharpshooter

Ivor has been a successful business executive for decades and knows first-hand what pressures a corporate leader endures. He believes that culture determines strategic success and thus guides organisations to develop a strong cultural foundation on which to build a sustainable vision and executable strategy.

Malcolm Ferguson

The ROI Facilitator

Malcolm’s practice of facilitating return on investment has grown out of helping business leaders align their teams in the midst of shifting priorities and urgency traps. He works with teams to define success in a way that inspires accountability and accelerates collaboration. His strategic team alignment journeys help leaders to refine organisational capacity for delivering meaningful returns.

Thought Leadership

How may our past becalm our thoughts of the future?

How may our past becalm our thoughts of the future?

The world has ground to a halt and entered a prolonged and unexpected hibernation. We are all being forced to live in transition from an old world towards a new reality that requires deliberate translation of hope to practice.  The climate crisis and Coronavirus will...

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2019 to 2020 – from Reflection to Intention

2019 to 2020 – from Reflection to Intention

There is no doubt that without pausing to reflect, we struggle to name and bank our learning.  At worst, we become consumed in negative emotion and irrational triggers. Sometimes we need to arrest these struggles and, at best, reset the balance of how we interpret and...

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Believe in People – Resistance is Futile

Believe in People – Resistance is Futile

For over a decade now, I still encounter leaders who want to fight about the merits of development. I remember my first conversation in this long-standing battle well. He was a construction sector executive, privileged by the industry's preference for white males. At...

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